JELD-WEN Launches Siteline® Wood & Clad-Wood Window and Patio Door Line at IBS 2015

JELD-WEN's new Siteline® wood and clad-wood window and patio door line combines the latest in high-performance engineering with architecturally enriched designs. Available in April 2015, Siteline is JELD-WEN's new mid-tier wood window and door line, featuring a complete offering of affordable window and door styles with enhanced performance features.

JELD-WEN's Siteline(R) Wood Double-Hung Windows

The Siteline line-up includes larger window sizes (updated heights and widths), improved thermal performance and more styles at a budget-friendly price point. Unveiled at the International Builders' Show (IBS), Siteline wood and clad-wood window and patio doors meet 2016 ENERGY STAR® 6 requirements. This latest ENERGY STAR® revision includes updated energy efficiency criteria for residential windows and doors effective January 2015.

A major advantage of Siteline wood windows and doors is that they come standard with pine AuraLast® wood, manufactured with JELD-WEN's proprietary water-based wood protection process that delivers virtually 100 percent surface-to-core protection and a Lifetime Limited Warranty* against wood decay and termite damage. For full warranty details please visit

The new JELD-WEN® Siteline wood and clad-wood window and patio door line offers strong options for remodeling, new construction and light commercial, with products that are available in a wide variety of styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary.

Innovative perfomance features
All JELD-WEN Siteline wood and clad-wood windows and patio doors come standard with LoE3-366 glass, which helps to block harmful infrared rays and Neat® glass, which harnesses the sun's UV rays to loosen dirt from the glass, allowing rainwater to naturally clean the surface. Other glass options available include a wide variety of textures, patterns or colors designed for added privacy or a unique look.

Efficiency also is enhanced on the double-hung window through a reinforced sill design, which features composite interior chamber construction for added strength and durability. The casement features a deeper sash backset construction, while the extruded sash and frame maximize reliability, providing outstanding energy advantages.

"We've tested everything from air, water, and structural elements to forced entry to ensure that this is a high performing product offering. The improved styles and overall aesthetics include new clean sightlines as well as architecturally focused details and options," said Bob Merrill, JELD-WEN Executive VP of Sales and Marketing.

Siteline wood and clad-wood window and patio door style options
JELD-WEN Siteline wood windows are available in nine interior finishes, and 22 exterior cladding colors. In addition to the seven existing hardware finishes, a new black hardware finish is available. Interior wood species include AuraLast® pine, alder and Douglas fir.

Available window styles include casement with updated architectural styling, a push-out option, awning, and double-hung with concealed jamb liner. JELD-WEN offers options such as simulated divided lites and three different segment top styles.

Siteline wood patio doors also come in many configurations. Designs such as swinging patio doors add beauty and functionality to the home, fit with a wide variety of architectural styles and are available in hundreds of configurations. Homeowners can select from unique options such as European-inspired operable, venting sidelites, which allow fresh air in without opening the entire door.

Also made standard with pine AuraLast® wood, Siteline® patio door options include 22 exterior clad colors, seven anodized exterior clad options and nine interior finish choices.

The new Siteline® folding door system is a floor-mounted application and an affordable solution when homeowners are looking to truly bring the outside in. The system can be a great solution for renovation projects or new construction.

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